Sing along with Mary Miche 

who has charmed children with her music for over 20 years.She is a talented musician and experienced educator who offers exciting educational programs for families, schools, and conferences. Her commitment to educating children through the joy and excitement of music includes teaching them about concern for the earth, peace, non-violence and co-operation.
"Mary Miché is concerned with more than entertaining her audiences...she wants to make a difference in their lives."          Linda Quinlan,  The Cape Codder

Mary's Recordings for Children:

Earthy Tunes, garden and nature songs
Nature Nuts, science and environmental songs
Animal Crackers, wacky and fanciful animal songs
Peace It Together, peace and co-operation songs
Holly Daze, holiday and celebration songs
You can order Mary's music
directly from her.

CDs are $17.00 (includes shipping)
Tapes are $12.00 (includes shipping)
Be sure to tell us which recording
you want us to send you!

Make the check payable to
Mary Miche and send it to:
Mary Miche
PO Box 448
Lakeport, CA 95453

To order online downloads
or to pay with a credit card
click this link to Songs for Teaching




Mary began singing at age 4. She started with Tina the Ballerina, playing it over and over. She sang in choir during elementary school. In High School, she played violin. Mary was a vocal major in college. After college, she sang with the Oakland Symphony Chorus for 15 years, including a solo in the Poulenc, Gloria

Mary has performed hundreds of concerts in the past 20 years, traveling across the U.S. Her recordings have been reviewed by the School Library Journal, Booklist, Entertainment Weekly, Parent's Magazine and several newpapers. Mary is available for teacher trainings and concerts for children. She inspires teachers and children with her enthusiasm, and excites her audiences with the joy of singing. 

It's a Very Good Day by Tom Hunter
recorded by Mary Miche on Earthy Tunes
Listen to Mary' s Music here 
"Miché's greatest talent may be her choice of songs"
Martin F. Kohn,  Parents Magazine